It is quite normal for people to print just about anything in their shirts, from different designs to opinions. But when what your T-shirt says on it stirs a whole lot of people off their seats without criticism of what it conveys, then it’s definitely a worthy statement.
This is exactly what Ray Lewis did. The soon-to-be-retired linebacker of the NFL just recently took off his jersey after a game to reveal a black sleeveless T-shirt on which is printed on a gold font the Psalm for Protection, Psalm 91, also known as a psalm for hard times.
The shirt received much attention as Lewis made a victory lap around the M&T stadium, sending many to consider what message Lewis’ is trying to put across. Lewis, who is said to have taken refuge in the Lord, says he hopes that his action has been uplifting for people, especially those who need to push through no matter what circumstance they may be under. He also said that he felt no pain in recording a game high 13 even after suffering from a season-ending triceps tear.